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K-46 Tenn. Poor Boy Squirrel Rifle . We get a lot of requests for small caliber, easy to build rifle kits for small game hunting and target shooting. We have put together some nice parts to offer a simple squirrel rifle for you.

www.ammoland.com/2018/06/32-squirrel-rifle-an-old-world...

CVA Squirrel Rifle Muzzleloader in .32 Caliber. Recently I took the old gun to the range to give it a work out. One of the drawbacks is that the rifles from that time from CVA were never of the ...

www.ammoland.com/2013/09/traditions-32-muzzleloading...

Central Georgia –-(Ammoland.com)- Guns come and go on the replica market, but two recent ones that have had some staying power are Traditions’ .32-caliber muzzleloading squirrel rifles. These ...

www.muzzle-loaders.com/rifles/traditions-crockett-rifle-r...

The Crockett has been referred to as a squirrel rifle due to its .32 caliber rounds, making it perfect for harvesting smaller game. This small game rifle brings out the positive features of a classic muzzleloader by giving you spot-on accuracy and outstanding balance.

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Save cva squirrel rifle to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. + Items in search results CVA Mountain Rifle or Squirrel Rifle Percussion A Lock w/Fly Left Hand (Unfired)

www.arkansashunting.net/threads/muzzleloading-for-squirrel...

Hey, Have gun will travel, Nice looking squirrel rifle! Those little CVA's are hard to come by these days, and when you do, man are they bringing premium prices. I know a fellow in Berryville in who has one displayed on the wall of his pawn shop - he told me he had recently refused $400 for it!

www.realtree.com/.../small-game-hunting-with-muzzleloaders

Regarding actual squirrel hunting strategies with a muzzleloader, they change little, if at all, from those now-infrequent times I carry a modern firearm. The limitations I face with the percussion gun versus, say, my Ruger 10/22 are two. The first is a 30- to 35-yard maximum range.

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It was the small-bore "Squirrel Rifle" version of the long-barreled Tennessee Mountain Rifle (offered in .50 caliber) that Dixie Gun Works introduced in 1978 (the .32 Squirrel Rifle version came along a few years later). Back then I was the editor of their annual 500+ page catalog.

www.guns.com/news/review/why-muzzleloaders-are-great-for...

A popular first choice are squirrels and other small game using a rimfire rifle like a Ruger 10/22. But .22LR ammo is still scarce. What about muzzleloaders